There have been 42,583 murders in Mexico during the first eleven months of 2017—more than all those killed in this year’s conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq combined—a figure which illustrates the deadly danger of allowing Mexican immigration to the US.
These 42,582 murders are, according to the Mexican government fact sheer “Informe de víctimas de homicidio, secuestro y extorsión 2017,” broken down into 26,500 “intentional homicides” and a further “16,010 culpable homicides.” official statistics have revealed.
The states of Guerrero, Mexico and Baja California, ravaged by drug war violence, are the worst affected, with over 2,000 homicides recorded in each.
This means that the year 2017 will end with an average of around eighty murders taking place each day.
The death toll has surpassed actual war zones. According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies’ annual Armed Conflict Survey, the conflict in Afghanistan in 2017 killed some 17,000 people, while the wat against ISIS in Iraq killed 16,000.
In the past 11 years, the Third World lawlessness and violence—mostly drug-gang related—has killed more than 200,000, while a further 30,000 have been declared officially “missing.”
The hopelessness of the situation is highlighted by the fact that as many as 93.7 percent of all crimes go unreported or uninvestigated across Mexico.
The region’s homicide rate is four times the global average, according to figures from the Inter-American Development Bank.
According to the US Census Bureau, as of July 2016, Mexicans made up 11.2 percent of the United States’ population, as 36.3 million U.S. residents identified as being of full or partial Mexican ancestry.
Mexicans make up 63.2 percent of all “Hispanics and Latinos” in the United States.
The Department of Homeland Security’s “2015 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics” revealed that in that year, the United States admitted 157,227 legal Mexican immigrants, and that as of November 2016, 1.31 million Mexicans were on the waiting list to immigrate to the United States through legal means.
The well-established link between Third World origin populations and crime—although vociferously denied by the controlled media—is an inevitable product of forcing disparate races into the same societal space.
In 2014, scientists discovered the genes which drive violent crime: the MAOA gene and a variant of cadherin 13 (CDH13).
The study was published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry (2015) 20, 786– 792, in a report titled “Genetic background of extreme violent behavior.”
In that study, it was revealed that the MAOA gene codes for the enzyme monoamine oxidase A, which is important for controlling the amount of dopamine and serotonin in the brain. In addition, CDH13 has been associated with substance abuse and ADHD.
A September 2014 report in the Psychiatric Quarterly (“The 2-repeat allele of the MAOA gene confers an increased risk for shooting and stabbing behaviors,” Psychiatr Q. 2014 Sep;85(3):257-65. doi: 10.1007/s11126-013-9287-x) revealed that the 2-repeat MAOA allele- has “effects on violence that are independent of the environment” and found an “association between the 2-repeat allele and shooting and stabbing behaviors in a sample of males drawn from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health.”
Furthermore, the study said, “African-American males who carry the 2-repeat allele are significantly more likely than all other genotypes to engage in shooting and stabbing behaviors and to report having multiple shooting and stabbing victims.”
Numerous studies have shown that the African ancestry of Mexicans averages out at between 7 and 10 percent, and that, combined with the equally well-established link between mixed race groups and crime, explains the extremely high crime rate prevalent in Mexico—and almost all central and South America.